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Dec 10, 2012 12:00pm EST
days. be sure to check wbal for updates. a member of the u.s. navy's elite seal team 6 was killed during the rescue of an american doctor, kidnapped by the taliban in afghanistan. >> a tragic turn of events as the -- a u.s. navy seal loses lives -- loses his life saving the life of a fellow american citizen. it was a joint u.s.-afghan effort. the navy seal identity has not been released by the pentagon, but he is being labeled a hero by the top brass in washington, including secretary of defense leon panetta and barack obama. he gave his life for his fellow americans and he and his teammates remind us once more of the selfless service that makes our nation strong, safe, and free. his sacrifice has not been lost on the doctor's family, who offered their condolences and thank him for his bravery and for the bravery of his teammates. >> if the fiscal cliff budget talks fail to produce a deal, more than 2 million will lose their jobs after christmas. it would affect those who have been out of work more than six months. and another 1 million people will lose benefits during the three m
Dec 28, 2012 12:00pm EST
to work. what is on the top of >> the man who let u.s. forces to victory during the first goal for in 1991 has died. retired general norman schwarzkopf died in florida at the age of 78. known popularly as stormin norman, he served his last assignment as commander in chief of central command before retiring in 1992. a spokesperson for george h.w. bush have asked people to put the heart back in the closet when it comes to his hospitalization. he has been in intensive care since november battling a case of bronchitis and a series of complications. officials say the president is in for a long recovery but is alert and is very comfortable. after being out of commission for several weeks due to estimate virus and a concussion, secretary of state hillary clinton will return to work next week. doctors had brought her from overseas travel for several more weeks but she will be prepared to step down as secretary of state early next year. her return also paves the way for testifying about the diplomatic attacks in benghazi. corporation for the new york new year's eve celebrations are in the final sta
Dec 27, 2012 12:00pm EST
flights were canceled in the u.s. bwi thurgood marshall airport was no exception to the travel mess yesterday. on average, 1-to our travel delays. the weather here improved. traveled nationwide did not 31 family spent the holiday on the other side of the country, with an unplanned night in baltimore. >> we decided to spend christmas in las vegas, and today the odds were not with us. we are happy to be on the ground, so it was kind of rough up there. we are grateful to be here. >> for others in and around maryland who were not flying, the snow was a chance for many to stock up on winter supplies they had not gotten around to yet. you can track storms from anywhere with our iphone and enjoyed app. you can always get the updated forecasts every day at wbal click on "weather." now the latest on conditions. >> it looks like all that rain and snow has quickly moved out of the area, but it is still impacting travel across the northeast. heavy snow in upstate new york all the way to maine with rain on the coast. we are seeing the strong wind on the backside of this, preventing tempe
Dec 31, 2012 12:00pm EST
. the u.s. agriculture secretary says there could be dire consequences if lawmakers do not vote on this deal by tomorrow. >> if you like anything made with milk, you will be impacted by the fact there is no form bill because if there is not an extension or a new bill, on january 1, permanent agricultural law goes back into place and that will ultimately ramp up so that consumers will be shocked when instead of seeing $3.60 per gallon for milk, they will see $7 for milk. >> no word on if -- no word on when the dairy deal, for a vote than most economic looks remained shaky. there is one positive sign that may land you in the driver's seat. an economist predicts half a million more people will and their vehicle lease agreements in 2013 and that could flood the market with used vehicles and drivers looking for new ones. experts say it should bring down prices for used vehicles by a few hundred dollars. they see 2013 as the year of the truck which is tied to a predicted increase in construction. >> now, whether with meteorologist ava marie. >> approaching storm system could bring wet
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